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Re: st: Interpreting 3 way dummy interaction with margins

From   "Airey, David C" <>
To   "" <>
Subject   Re: st: Interpreting 3 way dummy interaction with margins
Date   Tue, 7 Feb 2012 09:29:05 -0600


Thanks for this; it is very helpful.

A couple typos that spell checking won't catch:

On page 2 change

"If I had not done that than..."


"If I had not done that then..."

On page 3, change

"2.102 US$"


"2,102 US$"

> That Stata tip is not the best source for how to use -margins-.
> Actually, the main point of that tip is not to use -margins- but
> rather look at the odds ratios directly. With a three way interaction
> that will probably be a bit too awkward, but by using some tricks from
> the following forthcomming Stata tip that may actually be well doable
> and useful: <
> >.
> I know that this is not quite the answer you are looking for, but I
> hope it still helps,
> Maarten

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